2 teens arrested in stabbing death of Hamilton student released

UPDATE A 14 year-old boy has died of his injuries after Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School assault

14-year-old boy dies of injuries after assault outside Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton

"She's witnessed something frightful here", Bereziuk said.

Shari-Ann Bracci-Selvey broke down in tears as she spoke to reporters for the first time since her son Devan died near Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton on Monday afternoon.

"Our hearts are broken by the news that a 14-year-old student has died".

One other suspect was also arrested but later released without conditions. "I feel sad because he was really close to me and we were close friends and he was really innocent".

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A third boy was arrested Monday night but later released unconditionally, police say.

Bereziuk said the name of the 18-year-old accused is protected under the terms of a publication ban, while the Youth Criminal Justice Act shields the identities of the younger suspects.

Det. Sgt. Steve Bereziuk said there was a relationship between the boy and the suspects, but he didn't know the extent of it.

A ground search for the murder weapon was conducted this morning and Hamilton Police believe the murder weapon has been located. He wouldn't comment on why the mother was in the area at the time of the stabbing.

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According to paramedics, the victim sustained life-threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

"She was just very upset", a witness, who only identified herself as Alice, told CTV News Toronto. "She had two people beside her, holding her because she was shaking, she was crying and crying".

Berziuk described the victim's mother as being "distraught and devastated" in the aftermath of what had occurred.

Police urge the public with any information on the crime to attend the command van at Ivon Avenue and Dunsmure Road.

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Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Evidence on social media may also be part of the investigation, he said. Alternatively, they can provide anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers or call their number at 1-800-222-8477.

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